We've spent the last several weeks giving you the latest updates on some of the hottest new paint customization, engine tuning and online features of "Forza Motorsport 2." We've recently completely some calculations back at Turn 10 studios that determined between the myriad of custom tuning options and more than 4,000 layers that can be applied to your car's exterior using the paint and decal editor that the total number of combinations of unique rides you can create in Forza 2 exceeds 6 billion! Now that you know that whatever you do with the cars they're sure to be one of a kind ride, we want to tell you a little more about how you'll be able to turn heads with your dream vehicles at the track.
"Forza Motorsport 2" will include one of the most refined tournament systems of any racing simulator to date. You will be able to set up your own global tournament or join a friend's, as you overcome the competition and race towards No. 1! Progress and stats will be tracked in real time on http://forzamotorsport.net/tournaments/ while racing fanatics the world over will be able to tune into "Forza Motorsport" TV to watch the action unfold.
Additionally, as you're racing your way to the top of the charts, you're sure to bear witness to a number of eye-popping "Forza" moments. Whether it's a gruesome crash, a great drift coming into the final turn, or simply a stunning Liveried racer, you can capture it all using the game's photo mode. Be sure to check out this week's Pitpass report on http://forzamotorsport.net/news/ for full details.
Last but not least, no "Forza Motorsport 2" update would be complete without revealing more of the 300+ cars in the game. This week's focus, Asian Production cars including more than 50 high-performance models from manufacturers like Honda, Nissan, and Toyota (to name a few), are sure to add the modern technical flair that will make this game the best racing simulator of the year.
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